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Confused. How to know when my video card meets minimum requirements.

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User Info: Tiberius1151

Tiberius1151
3 years ago#11
go spend 100 bucks and get a decent card, problem solved.
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User Info: Dragonspawn1319

Dragonspawn1319
3 years ago#12
CammyApple posted...
Dragonspawn1319 posted...
http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/

I usually use the scores in those charts for a quick reference, but the tom's hardware link is just as good.


I can't even find the 1300XT on there. Is there a way to view all pages as one?


There is a page for searching cards at the bottom. Try searching for 'x1300' but yeah, your 4200 is better.

User Info: CammyApple

CammyApple
3 years ago#13
Knight2520 posted...
From: Zachnorn | #004
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.html


Judging by this, yes. Your 4200 is an integrated card, and those were really crappy back then.


It is indeed integrated.

And while it's nothing fancy I don't think it's as crappy as the other machines I've had the "pleasure" of using in the past. (Though by real world standards it is crappy.)
Everything's shiny, Cap'n. Not to fret.

User Info: kelemvor

kelemvor
3 years ago#14
Even a 60 dollar dedicated video card would probably be 10 times as fast as your integrated card. Buy a GT 630 or something at the very least.
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